The United Way of Santa Cruz County is currently seeking members for a Youth Action Network, a new project meant to provide...
The nonprofit organization that offers students free tutoring services, after-school activities and a low-cost summer school program, is closing due to insufficient...
Ex-staffers say San Jose leadership fueled 'frat house' nonprofit culture
Santa Cruz County nonprofits like Mountains 2 Sea and the Bird School Project use the natural world and team-building to teach students...
From housing to animal rights to youth education, more local nonprofits than ever are joining the giving revolution
Earth Diaper offers free compostable diapers to struggling local families
Bratovic, who escaped genocide as a teenager, has natural mediation skills
The nonprofit helping families battling childhood cancer is still going strong
Inside Santa Cruz Gives’ inspiring behind-the-scenes fundraising face-off
Inmates say that learning better English will help them lead more fulfilling lives after their release
Live Like Coco, and other local nonprofits, help kids learn about their world and themselves
Wings Homeless Advocacy is one of eight Santa Cruz Gives nonprofits fighting homelessness
Some advocates worry a new liability waiver, developed by the county, has major flaws
Shared Adventures and Building for Generations help Santa Cruzans grow through new experiences
Community Foundation CEO and Bike Santa Cruz County Executive Director say their organizations have a hard time finding an affordable fit.
Five Santa Cruz Gives groups unveil big ideas for a healthier community
After-school program gives dance lessons, scholarships and fresh opportunity
Terry Taylor hopes to grow memorabilia sales to strengthen Shakespeare Society of America
Local nonprofit works with women all over the world—and right here in Santa Cruz
Local community garden movement bears fruit on Riverside Avenue
Local activists discuss their trip to protest site at Peace United Church
A local nonprofit’s fight to protect beaches and stop Trump
The organization that’s found sustainable success teaching at-risk teenagers how to grow their own food—and change their lives
Good Times’ holiday fundraising campaign nearly doubles last year’s donations
Lance Linares plans to retire in 2017 after two decades
Groups reaching out to young people seek support through Santa Cruz Gives
Teen Kitchen Project is teaching young people how to make an impact, one meal at a time